Just after 6:15 p.m. last night, a fire broke out in a Bushwick warehouse, at Evergreen and Pilling. The smoke was so intense near the Wilson subway station that it suspended L train service between Myrtle-Wyckoff and Broadway Junction—regular L service resumed at 5:15 a.m., but trains are bypassing the Bushwick Ave - Aberdeen St station in both directions at this time, so expect some delays. The fire is still burning this morning; according to MyFoxNY, the "two-story cabinet warehouse loaded with wood and cardboard. Fire officials say the cabinent-making materials were making it difficult to fight the fire."

Fire officials also say no one was in the warehouse when the fire broke out, with one inspector telling WPIX, "It was a working establishment but there was nobody in the building." The fire is also considered suspicious. WPIX also reports, "The roof collapsed on the factory as the fire grew and spread to an adjacent building, causing four houses in the area to be evacuated. The factorys' roofs are made of concrete, which continues to hamper firefighters' efforts to ventilate the blaze and douse the flames from the top."

Four families were displaced. Hundreds of firefighters were on the scene, with one reported firefighter injury.